Hiplife legend, Okomfour Kwadee has come out to clear the air following reports claiming he had been abandoned by his family at a rehab centre for 4 years.
A few days ago, the leader and founder of Willing Ways Foundation Lydia Abena Manu told Tabea TV that the “Wo Taatame” hitmaker was brought to him by his family in 2013 and have since abandoned him.
“I provide him with shelter, food and many other things he needs but his family members, his fellow musicians, the Ghana Music Right Organization (GHAMRO) and the Musicians Union of Ghana association (MUSIGA) have abandoned him… they’ve not paid him a visit,” she said.
Responding to the reports, Okomfour Kwadee has come out to clear the air, saying he is ‘okay’.
He took to Twitter to thank the founder of the rehab centre and further described the report as an ‘exaggerated story’.
Okomfour Kwadee went off the scene for a couple of years due to alleged mental ailment but bounced back in 2012 with an album titled “Menie”.